It is probably worth mentioning that the trail called “Trekking del Cristo Pensante” is now one of the most classic and popular itineraries in the Primiero area. Designed by Pino Dallasega, the hike of a few hours, ambitiously called with the name of “trekking”, goes from the pass of Passo Rolle up to the summit of Monte Castellazzo…
This simply amazing high altitude itinerary was born with the aim of combining history with natural beauty, in a unique combination of its kind. Long but not technically demanding, the trek develops around the massif of Cima Bocche, well known above all for the events related to the First World War…
20.1 km - ↑ 1 450 m
Refavaie – Passo Sàdole – Monte Cauriòl – Pala del Cardinàl
This route, primarily for expert hikers who love itineraries having the Great War as a background, leads to the historic ridge that was the front line between the Austro Hungarian and Italian armies during 1916 and 1917, drawn by the peaks of Cauriòl, Cardinàl and Busa Alta, in a combination of history, nature and technical hiking…
16.8 km - ↑ 1 570 m
Refavaie – Passo Sàdole – Rifugio Monte Cauriòl – Cima di Busa Alta – Forcella Coldosè
This not physically demanding hike draws a loop around the peak of Vedèrna, reaching the Cross (Croce degli Alpini) on Monte Vedèrna and the WWI military outposts of Morósna, known as Stóli di Morósna…
This beautiful hike develops almost entirely in the territory of the Municipality of Canal San Bovo, in one of the wildest, natural and least tourist areas of the Vanoi Valley. The only drawback of this loop is perhaps the long return it features…
This pleasant but rather long route will lead you to the top of Cima Bocche, starting from Val Travignolo. The itinerary is suitable to be covered both during the summer and during the winter. Cima Bocche is known for having been the scene of strong clashes during the First World War…
This route starts from Malga Ces, located at the edge of of San Martino di Castrozza. The hike, fully developing in the Lagorai range, goes to the summit of Cavallazza, then continues passing by the Lake of Cavallazza, for then passing by the alpine lakes of Colbricón.
9.3 km - ↑ 687 m
Malga Valàzza – Lastè di Juribrutto – Lago di Juribrutto – Malga Juribrutto
This short and simple hike develops on a fairly remote corner of the territory of Primiero, closed to Passo Valles. Valàzza and Juribrutto, with their pastures, are pleasant and usually extremely quiet locations, surrounded by a landscape stretching from the Dolomites of Pale di San Martino and Val Venegia, extending over the Lagorai range.
6.5 km - ↑ 474 m
Malga Rolle – Laghetti di Colbricón – Cavallazza – Tognazza
This trek passes through the lakes of Colbricón. Despite their natural beauty, the lakes are not the main focus of this loop. In fact, the track will lead to the top of Cavallazza and then to the defense system of the Great War on the mountain of Cavallazza Piccola.
The most characteristic and historically interesting point of this route is at Stòli. It is a system of artificial tunnels made by Italian army during Great War of 1914-1918. The military outpost galleries are built on two levels, with seven main rooms directly facing the Vanoi valley and Cauriól and four smaller internal rooms.